dmfrey at gmail
May 14, 2012, 9:04 AM
Post #10 of 15
If you don't want to expose your mythtv backend to the interwebs, but you
do have the ability to ssh into it, you can try this...
Install connectbot. Setup an ssh connection into your backend. Once
connected, press Menu and setup a Remote port forward from port 6544 to
localhost:6544. This will port forward remote port 6544 to localhost port
Then in the app, setup an Away profile to point to
http://localhost:6544/(final slash is important for now).
Then you can connect just as if it were on your network.
You could at least see what the interface is like. There is no artwork at
this time, that is coming.
On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 11:57 AM, Tom Lichti <tom [at] redpepperracing>wrote:
> On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 11:11 AM, Daniel Frey <dmfrey [at] gmail> wrote:
> > Here is a public dropbox link to the apk.
> > Please note that certain items may be broken at any given time while we
> > working on different pieces.
> > Unfortunately, live streaming will not be available on pre-honeycomb
> > at this time, since it wasn't included until Honeycomb.
> > As of right now, you basically setup a Home and/or Away profile. If you
> > on your home network, you can do a scan for the backend via zeroconf and
> > will configure it for you automatically. There will eventually be
> > profiles in there as well so you can limit bandwidth of audio/video
> > bitrates, etc. when you are on 3g versus wifi.
> > Feel free to try it out and let me know if you experience any issues. I
> > should be able to let you know right away if it is under active
> > or not.
> > Dan
> Downloaded and installed, can't test it right now though, will do so
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